Martin Luther King: The Most Unforgettable Man

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Everyone has a personality which distinguishes him from the rest of the people. Some of them care only about themselves which we call them selfish, others care of certain things just because they get benefit in somehow, but this type which cares because they want help and push injustice away for just they think it is not fear or there is something wrong, are considered as HERO. One of these men who have the same vision is Martin Luther King. King was born on January 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a unique man and one of the most influential people of the 20th century. King said "…it was his education and travels to other countries that opened his eyes to the world around him and exposed him to the complexity of man's social involvement and the glaring reality of collectives' evil." But the question that arises is what made Martin Luther King the man that he was, and was he a hero?! This essay will discuss these two questions. Martin Luther king gained his family support since he was a child. King was in his childhood often crying when he could not explain why his white relatives were renouncing him and why the mothers were preventing their children to play with him. After sometime, King started to understand life and know the cause for all…show more content…
His ways to change the world was very touching; his believe was in reaching everyone sole. Because if he could gain it, he will be able to deliver his message and he succeeded. He stood up for what he thought was right and he was right. He had some disagreements with many others on this matter, but they did not stop him. The messages that I got from my reach or what King was trying to say is "if someone took anything that belongs to you, you have to take an action and get it back or you will be losing more and more of what belongs to you in affront of your eyes and you will be able to do

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